Head Start Makes a Difference

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“Head Start prepared my daughter to be ready
to enroll in Kindergarten for next year.”

Click here to read more about how Head Start has made a difference
in the lives of one very special family!

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Play Therapy at CCCC

Clackamas County Children’s Commission welcomes Amalia Labis, an intern from the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling! Amalia will be supporting the social emotional well-being of Head Start children through play therapy sessions at select sites.

Amalia has a deep passion for working with families with children with special needs and we are excited to have her join the CCCC Team!

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Get “Job Smart” with CCCC!

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Looking for higher pay, stable employment, or training for a new career?
Check out our Job Smart Program!

 We’re partnering with Clackamas County Workforce Partnership and CCC Workforce Development to offer our parents a bilingual advisor, individual support, mentorship, training opportunities, cohort meetings, and much more. Pizza and childcare provided!

Call Claire Calhoun at 503-594-6403 for more information!



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Do you want to give back to the community?
Do you want to share your skills and expertise with others?
Are you passionate about helping children succeed?

Clackamas County Children’s Commission has a volunteer position for you!

Join us by reading to a child, nurturing our community garden, or putting your organizational skills to the test. Visit our Volunteer Page for more information.
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